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Holy Hansen

Intermediate/Difficult
 5.0 (3)

The first mountain bike trail built by bikers in Vinschgau Valley.


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3.4

Miles

5.4

KM

Singletrack

5,099' 1,554 m

High

3,027' 923 m

Low

131' 40 m

Up

2,195' 669 m

Down

13%

Avg Grade (7°)

47%

Max Grade (25°)

Dogs No Dogs

E-Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

No riding when wet.

Description

The trail starts at the Haslhof in the Nationalpark Stelvio. You can reach the trailhead by climbing up paved or gravel roads. The trail was built in 2013 from the guides of the vinschgauBIKE School and it is totally signed with signs on every crossing.

The first part of the trail is very flowy with nice turns, berms, and some little jumps. Section 2 gets harder as the terrain gets steeper. The loamy soil is hard to ride when wet, so give the trail a day of rest after the rain.

Some steep sections have to be done in Section 3 and 4, but after that, the Holy Hansen trails gets faster again.

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Shared By:

Matze Grubby

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Nice berms in the lower part
Sep 19, 2017 near Silandro, IT
Flow in sector 7 of the Holy Hansen Trail
Sep 19, 2017 near Silandro, IT
Old water canal called "Waalweg" used to bring water to the medows.
Sep 19, 2017 near Silandro, IT
Nice berms in the upper part
Sep 19, 2017 near Silandro, IT

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Jun 30, 2019
Ricardo DeSouza
singletrack downhill, few steep step down rocky/root sections. Most of the track is shaded, way back and up on asphalt (4.5 miles), not an overkill. 8mi — 2h 45m